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Harrisonville is currently going under an major change which includes updating apparatus and changing the color scheme to white over red. Tanker 1 has been destroyed! Engine 1 is in the process of being updated. A new 1988 E-ONE Cyclone and a 2008 Pierce Arrow XT are in the works. I am also going to make an engine whose only function is to haul hose. Its either going to built on a Spartan Metro or a Pierce Dash CF.

QUESTIONS!

1) Should my Ambulances be the same color scheme or a totally different one?

2) Should my tankers be on a commercial chassis or a custom chassis?

3) Heavy rescue or a USAR type truck (LACFD USAR 103)

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!



Comments

  December 26, 2012
Use commercial chassis for tankers. If the ambulance is part of the FD it might be better to make it the same color scheme. And in my opinion a heavy rescue would be better
  December 19, 2012
Anytime, glad I could help. And thanks for the info!
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  December 19, 2012
Quoting Jon D Can't wait to see the updates Harrison! Btw I found a PBFR Ambulance on the Horton site if you need some inside pics. http://www.hortonambulance.com/ambulance.cfm?t=94&d=1 1) Should my Ambulances be the same color scheme or a totally different one? In depends if the EMS is with the Fire dept. If so than they should match. 2) Should my tankers be on a commercial chassis or a custom chassis? I would say commercial as they are cheaper and you don't have a large crew for them. 3) Heavy rescue or a USAR type truck (LACFD USAR 103) Depending on the size of your department I would have a heavy rescue.
Thanks for the help Jon! I think the PBCFR amnbo is Rescue 41.
  December 19, 2012
Cool to hear about the renovation. As for a rescue or USAR, Paulo is correct. I would put the hose wagon on a commercial chassis like an old Ford. http://www.massfiretrucks.com/Boxborough_Hose_Wagon_65_2012.jpg
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  December 19, 2012
Can't wait to see the updates Harrison! Btw I found a PBFR Ambulance on the Horton site if you need some inside pics. http://www.hortonambulance.com/ambulance.cfm?t=94&d=1 1) Should my Ambulances be the same color scheme or a totally different one? In depends if the EMS is with the Fire dept. If so than they should match. 2) Should my tankers be on a commercial chassis or a custom chassis? I would say commercial as they are cheaper and you don't have a large crew for them. 3) Heavy rescue or a USAR type truck (LACFD USAR 103) Depending on the size of your department I would have a heavy rescue.
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  December 18, 2012
Thanks for the help Paulo! BTW by USAR I meant a tractor trailer rescue.
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  December 17, 2012
A Heavy rescue can play a roll as a USAR rig, its pretty much the same thing, tanker look best on commercial cabs, International durastars are beasts, and Dash CF is only available with a PUC configuration, so it wouldn't be the best choice for a hose wagon, maybe a older say 1978 Mack CF would work best for that role! ;)
 
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